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The COAR Notify Developers’ Handbook now available online -

The COAR Notify Team is compiling a COAR Notify Developers’ Handbook, and an early iteration is now available online. The Handbook is intended to support the growing community of developers considering or actively implementing the COAR Notify protocol.

It offers guidance on implementing the COAR Notify Protocol at a technical level. It may also be of interest to others, as it provides a better understanding of how the protocol can be properly used by different platforms and services. The Handbook is an active resource that will continue to evolve over time, as new knowledge is gained working with implementing partners. The COAR Notify team welcomes feedback about any material in the handbook.

The Handbook joins a growing knowledge base about COAR Notify, including the COAR Notify Protocol website, and the Notify web pages on the COAR website. All knowledge resources produced through the initiative will be made openly available to support the aim of widespread adoption of COAR Notify in platforms and services around the world.

Additionally, the COAR Notify Initiative is developing and accelerating community adoption of a standard, interoperable, and decentralized approach to link research outputs hosted in the distributed network of repositories with resources from overlay-journals and other types of peer review services.

With funding from Arcadia, the COAR Notify Initiative is able to assist implementing partners with financial and technical support to use the COAR Notify Protocol. First phase partners are at various stages of implementation, however it is anticipated that there will be at least one working demonstration of COAR Notify by early summer 2023.

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